To date this yr hasn’t been a superb one for Vogue Germany. The journal received off to a tough begin with an insupportable January cowl, unsuccessfully profiled ladies over 50 for Might, made us cringe with a Toni Garrn and Alex Pettyfer providing for June and the title’s reply to the pandemic fell flat on our boards. Now the German trend bible’s version for a very powerful situation on the print calendar is right here with Nicole Atieno touchdown her very first Vogue cowl for September 2020. The Kenyan-born magnificence poses towards a white backdrop carrying a glance from Miu Miu’s Fall 2020 assortment whereas holding a bunch of flowers earlier than the lens of Stefan Heinrichs.
The quilt sparked debate on our boards. “What’s the purpose of giving somebody a canopy when you actively cowl their face? You don’t need to be a Harvard graduate to understand how st*pid that’s,” voiced MON.
“Yeah, I don’t suppose it’s a good suggestion to cowl her face like that, it’s low-key problematic,” agreed FashionMuseDior.
“How DARE they do that BS!!! Disgrace on them!!” exclaimed an unimpressed Miss Dalloway.
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In the identical mind set was mathiaskatz: “Nicole is a superb mannequin and doesn’t want flowers or another props. Disgrace.”
“It’s not a foul cowl, even when it feels a bit like one thing Vogue Nippon would’ve executed 11 years in the past. Nevertheless it doesn’t really feel proper that half her face is roofed. Even when it’s with flowers,” added mikel.
“I don’t suppose the duvet is that tragic. It’s cute total,” defended Srdjan.
Mercury6181 was sort of a fan. “I’m completely satisfied for Nicole and I usually just like the simplistic inexperienced colour scheme and I feel the flowers are a superb prop, they add some colour and pleasure to the picture.”
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